postcards


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postcards

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It was this figure that her husband saw when, having reached the polished Sphinx, having entangled himself with a man selling picture postcards, he turned; the stanza instantly stopped.
Mildred sent him a postcard to announce her safe arrival, and he snatched half an hour every day to write a long letter to her.
As they came south, Helen retreated over the Brenner, and wrote an unsatisfactory postcard from the shores of the Lake of Garda, saying that her plans were uncertain and had better be ignored.
Tariq Farekh, CEO of Korooti, came up with the idea as a way to globally market Dubai, and is now the only distributor of free postcards in the UAE.
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The app makes it easy to create high-quality photo postcards, notes and invitations.
MANIC Street Preacher star Nicky Wire has revealed his mum used to write to his music idols so they would send him postcards - thinking he was too poorly to attend a concert
THEY are the postcards which offer a glimpse of a bygone age.
Well, then here's a piece of information: The Edwardians were doing it 100 years ago - using postcards instead of computers.
COLLECTING picture postcards was an extremely popular pastime in the early years of the 20th century.
A LIVERPOOL gallery is offering the chance to bid for a "mini-masterpiece" as postcards designed by world-renowned artists and celebrities go up for auction today.
Then imagine the time you'll save not having to find a store that sells postcards, choose the "best" generic card and make your way to the post office to buy stamps.